Adhesive Force with Lattice Wave Vibration in a Glass Bottle Wall Drink and the Effect of Packaging Crystal Cell Interaction Due to Minimal Allowable Thermal Cracking Using Aluminium Pellets


Authors : Umar Adam Isah; Braimah Muniru; Jimah Kadijhatu Quincy

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 6 - June

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Adhesive force it is a force of attraction which exist between unlike molecules. In this research, the effect of vibration and disturbance propagated through the crystal surface or unit cell of the atoms in glass and its constituent alloy by forming processes with an environmental parameters such as annealing ,bond strength, thermal conductivity, fatigue limit, Reverberation, toxicity, speed of light diffraction grating, Absorption coefficient, point of oscillation to an equilibrium position will be evaluated by per unit integral area surface with the direction of heat flow. It was discovered in this research the volumetric shape has an ion instability which increases the vibration by a lattice wave which decreases with a proportion in linear expansion in length with a constant lattice energy of 7.058 J. But for ice it is 0.083 J, water is 28.056 J, water vapor is 0.1278 J, carbon and carbon composite is 1024.18 J due to compressive stress the slope edge of the glass bottle drink tend to decrease it ions by creep and thermal shock if the air , temperature, precipitation, evaporation of the drinks containing carbonate is dissociated by a pull of gravitational forces downward by intense gas bubbling due to skin friction by differential temperature. During forging of glass by manufacturing process, this research paper discovered that surface defects, edge defects area or cubic expansion, non uniformity of load and geometry shot peening has to be considered to avoid sudden cracking by ice formation condensate due to uneven heat formation difference through the boundary layer of the glass shrinkage.

Keywords : Adhesive force, Lattice wave, Glass Bottle wall, Crystal Cell ,Thermal cracking, Aluminium Pellets

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